Matthias Church is not only one of the top attractions in Budapest but also one of the most romantic places.Booking a Concert
Used by Hungarian kings as a coronation church centuries ago, now Matthias Church is a working Roman Catholic church with holy masses, stunning architecture and classic concerts.
According to historians the original church that stood where the current building is standing was founded by Szent Istvan (Saint Stephen), who was the first king of Hungary in 1015.
Interestingly, the name of the church refers to King Matthias Corvinus and not to Saint Stephen, who decided to expand and renew the whole building in Renaissance style, also adding a tower, called Matthias bell tower.
Located at the very heart of Buda’s Castle District in front of the Fisherman’s Bastion, Matthias Church is one of the finest churches in Budapest, and most definitely one the most unique churches in Europe.
Address: Szentharomsag ter 2, Budapest 1014, Hungary
Opening times for tourists:
Mon- Fri: 9.00 am-17.00 pm
Saturday: 9.00 am-13.00pm
Sunday: 13.00 am-17.00 pm
The opening hours of the church can change due to church events, or liturgies. In these cases, church events have priority.
Please, check the Events Calendar on the website of Matthias Church about the actual opening hours on the day of the planned visit.
Once a year, on Good Saturday, the church can only be visited by worshippers.
Admission (to the Church or the Church Tower):
Adult: HUF 1,500
Students, seniors (over 60): HUF 1,000
Free for Children under 6 years:
– Church institutions, e.g. Schools or kindergartens, with pilgrims’ tickets
– Student groups from educational institutions specialising in tourism with pilgrims’ tickets
– Handicapped visitors
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